Synonym: accept, dwell, endure, obey, reside, stay, tolerate. Antonym: leave, start. Similar words: bid, forbid, side by side, morbidity, cabin, a bit of, habitat, ability. Meaning: [ə'baɪd] v. 1. dwell 2. put up with something or somebody unpleasant.
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1. They have got to abide by the rules.
2. Abide with me a while longer.
3. I can't abide that man.
4. I can't abide that man - he's so self-satisfied.
5. You must abide by what you have said.
6. I can't abide people with no sense of humour.
7. How can you abide such a person?
8. Please feel assured that we will abide by our promise.
9. He couldn't abide the thought of being cooped up in an office.
10. I can't abide her.
11. She can't abide watching horror films.
12. Everyone should abide by our social norms.
13. Competitors must abide by the judge's decision.
14. They would abide in the summer house.
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15. If you make a promise, abide by it.
16. You have to abide by the referee's decision.
17. You shall abide in my love.
18. He will abide my coming.
19. May joy and peace abide in us all.
20. You must abide by the results of your mistakes.
21. You'll have to abide by the consequences.
22. How could you abide such conditions?
23. She can't abide coarseness and stupidity.
24. How can you abide him?
25. They abide in a remote village.
26. Members must abide by the rules of the club.
27. She can't abide his rudeness.
28. We will abide by their decision.
29. We are not free agents; we abide by the decisions of our president.
30. I asked her to abide with me a while longer.
More similar words: bid, forbid, side by side, morbidity, cabin, a bit of, habitat, ability, a bit of a, cabinet, a big deal, a big shot, liability, stability, disability, capability, reliability, availability, accountability, rehabilitation, idea, tide, side, wide, aide, rider, aside, slide, bride, video.